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Kalyanee Mam

A Cambodian Spring

Kalyanee Mam | Posted 12.09.2013 | Impact
Kalyanee Mam

I followed Khieu Mok, a garment factory worker, and one of the main subjects in the documentary film A River Changes Course, back to her village and as she placed her vote in the ballot box. I asked Khieu what she wanted most from the election -- for herself, her family and her country. She said simply, "All I want is a livable wage."

WATCH: Khmer Rouge Legacy Still Haunts Cambodia

HuffPost Live | Posted 10.09.2013 | World

More than 1.7 million people perished during the rule of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia (approximately 21 percent of the country's population at the time...

Cambodia Documentary Premiering at Sundance Puts Human Face on Globalization Quagmire

Jonathan Greenberg | Posted 03.20.2013 | Entertainment
Jonathan Greenberg

Kalyanee Mam's bold new documentary, A River Changes Course, shot in a breathtakingly beautiful, cinema-verite style, breaks new ground in presenting the lives of Cambodians marching from their ancient culture into a globalized economy.